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Short Communication
Published On: May 13, 2020

Emotional Freedom Technique in Cancer Patients

Cihan YB*
Looking across the world, it is seen that complementary treatment types have increased and preferred by people. According to the researches carried out in the United States, it has been determined that one out of every three people undergo complementary treatment. According to complementary medicine, the individual is a psycho, socio, bio and spiritual whole. Accordingly...

Research Article
Published On: August 28, 2020

Prevalence of Parasitic Infections in Cancer Patients and Healthy Individuals in Cancer Patients and Healthy Individuals in Isfahan, Iran during a 5-Year Investigation

Pestechian N, Yousefi HA, Mokarian F, Tarahi MJ, Sepahvand A and Tavakoli S*
Purpose: The objective of this study is to evaluate the prevalence of parasitic infections in cancer patients and control group in Isfahan, Iran (2014-2019). Methods: Three Stool samples from 187 cancer patients and 144 healthy individual collected. Direct smear using the normal saline, Lugol’s iodine staining, Formalin-ether concentration method...

Research Article
Published On: August 31, 2020

Ovarian Reserve Assessment in Girls and Young Women Following Chemotherapy for Solid Tumors in Childhood

Schwartz A*, Oron G, Shalitin S, Ash S, Fisch B and Ben-Haroush A
Background: The improved survival rates of children with cancer have raised the need for longterm fertility assessment in this patient group. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the fertility status of survivors of childhood solid tumor malignancies. Methods: A retrospective cohort study was conducted at a tertiary pediatric medical center. Patients who had undergone chemotherapy for a solid tumor during childhood in 1980-2009 were identified....

Review Article
Published On: September 3, 2020

The Role of Non-Pharmacological Intervention in Improving the Cognitive Disorder of Cancer Patient

Sangtarash N*, Mohammadimousavi M and Sangtarash N
Over the past few decades, cancer survival rates have improved significantly. This means that cancer patients have a longer life due to early diagnosis and advanced medical treatment. However, longer survival is often associated with cancer-induced side effects. Cognitive impairment is a common side effect that relates to the nature of cancer disease or related treatments including surgery...

Review Article
Published On: September 21, 2020

The Effect of Physical Activity on Cancer Related Fatigue

Sangtarash N*, Mohammadimousavi M and Sangtarash N
Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF) is often reported as the most distressing symptom along with cancer and its treatment, even more than soreness, nausea or vomiting. Therefore, these symptoms can have a very negative effect on the quality of life and daily activities of patients. CRF is an abstract and multi-dimensional experience that affects 70-100% of the cancer patient population. Researches have shown that exercise is effective in reducing fatigue and improving tolerance in healthy and sick...